EPA dithering on ethanol blend limits whacks corn ethanol producers

Last week the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it would delay until at least July its decision whether to raise ethanol blend limits from their current 10% (E10, which all new vehicles in the U.S. must be compatible with). Of graver consequence than the delay itself was the ...

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